Dr. Nadiah Trotman-Blackman is a master educator with over 20 years of experience working with children and families.  Dr. Trotman-Blackman has a B.S. in Elementary Education from Lincoln University, M.A.Ed. in Education and Human Development with a focus on Early Childhood Special Education from George Washington University. Receiving her Doctoral degree in Human Services Administration with a minor in Autism Education, Dr. Trotman focused her doctoral dissertation on exploring the underrepresentation of African American women in Educational Leadership positions and the potential impact on student achievement, particularly students of color from Nova Southeastern University.  Dr. Trotman-Blackman has extensive experience working in both urban and suburban school districts, and has an extensive background in research, analytical skills, professional teaching experience and knowledge of educational policies and procedures to effectively work on projects and with programs that increased the quality of life and education for children and adult learners. Dr. Trotman-Blackman is seasoned in program evaluation specific to special education programs and serving students with disabilities being served in public school placements, as well as strategic planning and staff development.

 

In addition to serving the community as an Educational Consultant/Coach and Professional Development Facilitator, Dr. Trotman-Blackman works in Cobb County, Georgia as an Educational Diagnostician for the Department of Special Student Services. Previously, Dr. Trotman-Blackman worked as an Instructional Specialist for Special Education in Fulton County, Georgia.  Formally, Dr. Trotman-Blackman  spent 7 years  working with Prince George County Public Schools, Maryland as a Special Education and General Education educator. As a highly qualified educator, this experience allowed Dr. Trotman-Blackman to provide quality instruction and implement developmentally appropriate practices to children with disabilities. Her teaching abilities earned her the honor of being selected as one of 2007’s rising Stars by the Prince George County Special Education Department. 

 

Let's TEACH!

 

Mission

The mission of Let’s TEACH! is to empower educators to engage and motivate children in order to create successful learners that can transition into active and productive members of society; as well as, serve as an educational support to families and children with unique and special learning needs.

 

Vision

The vision of Let’s TEACH! to be a leader in education reform by creating opportunities for children, families, educators and school systems to collaborate, learn, grow, change, and challenge our future by providing quality education to exceeding,  At-Risk and Special Needs student populations.

 

 

 

 

Blackman & Trotman Group, LLC